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to resign
to decline (an appointment, invitation etc)
to express in words or writing / to make a speech (esp. short introduction, vote of thanks, afterword, funeral homily etc) / to address (an audience) / same as 致詞|致词
to say goodbye / to take one's leave
  *辞* | 辞* | *辞
to resign / to dismiss / to decline / to take leave / ballad (archaic poetic genre) / variant of 詞|词
dictionary / also written 詞典|词典 / CL: ,
Cihai, an encyclopedic dictionary first published in 1915, and frequently revised
Chu Ci, the Songs of Chu (ancient book of poems, collected during Han but esp. from country of Chu c. 500 BC)
to resign / to quit
to ask sb to resign from a post
to dismiss / to discharge / to fire
words / expression / what one says
to leave without saying good-bye
to resign a government post
not to be shirked without dishonor (idiom) / incumbent / bounden (duty)
dictionary / encyclopedia
to make nothing of hardships
not to refuse to (idiom) / not to hesitate to
excuse / pretext / entreaties / arguments
language / words
to die / to depart from the world forever
to quit (one's job) / to dismiss (an employee)
to spare no effort
ten thousand deaths will not prevent me (idiom); ready to risk life and limb to help out
to die / to depart this life (euphemism) / same as 去世
wording / way of expressing something / turn of phrase / diction
to admit responsibility and resign
cannot escape censure (idiom) / has to bear the blame
(written) resignation
to decline gratefully
If you want to condemn sb, don't worry about the pretext (idiom, from Zuozhuan 左傳|左传); one can always trump up a charge against sb / Give a dog a bad name, then hang him.
oracle inscriptions of the Shang Dynasty (16th-11th century BC) on tortoiseshells or animal bones
humble words / self-deprecatory expression / to modestly decline
to take leave
to quit one's job (without having another one)
figure of speech
variant of 頌詞|颂词
articulate / eloquent
term of respect / honorific title / honorific (in grammar)
to interpret the divinatory trigrams
polite speech / diplomatic terms / rhetoric
one-sided words / prejudice / flattery
to speak forcibly out of a sense of righteousness (idiom)
stern words
flattering words
literary auxiliary particle, comes at the beginning of a sentence
poetry and prose / rhetoric
beautiful wordage / also written 麗詞|丽词
to interpret the divinatory trigrams
figure of speech
don't let rhetoric spoil the message (idiom); don't get carried away with flowery speech to the detriment of what you want to say
an elegy / elegiac words
to decline with sincere thanks
refutation / incoherent speech
an excuse
equivocal speech / to use vague or ambiguous language
see 送灶
variant of 悼詞|悼词
humble expression for generous donation
short speech given in proposing a toast
left speechless by sth perfect (idiom)
tactful expression / to politely decline
dirge / lament
to say goodbye / leave-taking / farewells
to startle sb with scary tale
to resign (a position)
humble expression for generous gift
to speak forcefully and with justice (idiom); to argue with the courage of one's convictions / also written 振振有詞|振振有词
to send a message
variant of 冗詞|冗词
pocket dictionary

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